He did an album with Method Man called Blackout! in 1999.
He likes watching movies. Watching movies gives him ideas for songs. He likes comedy movies, drama movies, and action movies.
He is also a comedian.
His income is about $250,000 and higher.
His heroes are his family.
He collects skateboards.
He is really close friends with Method Man.
As of January 2008, he is single.
Redman appears in the game Def Jam Vendetta, often as Method Man's tag-team partner.
He has worked with artists like 2pac, Canibus, Cypress Hill, De La Soul, D'Angelo, Gorillaz, Jodeci. Dru Hill, Beverly Knight, LL Cool J, KRS-One, Wyclef Jean, and a lot of other artists.
His independently released Ill At Will mix tapes, features various members of his Gilla House crew, including Saukrates and Icarus.
His album Whut? Thee Album is considered a hip-hop classic.
His height is 6' 1½" (1.87 m).
He works with Method Man on music, film, and TV shows and ads.
He is the younger brother of rapper K-solo.
He is a good chess player.
He has collaborated extensively, both with hip hop artists and with artists from other genres.
He has a pitbull named Daddy.
VIBE printed a rumour that Redman and Christina Milian were dating.
As of January 2007, he has 7 albums.
Redman has 3 Mix CDs.
Redman is part of the Def Squad along with Keith Murray and Erick Sermon.
The Source named Redman the Rap Artist of the Year for 1993.
Redman's Whut? Thee album is considered as a hip-hop classic to many rap artists.
Redman is signed to Def Jam Records and Gilla House Records.
Redman is of African and Korean descent.
Redman played him self in the video game Def Jam: Fight For New York.
Redman: (About his album "Malpractice) I'm going to have more people on this album than usual. Part of the reason is because I got a much bigger clique now. Of course, there's Def Squad, my immediate family, but there's also Meth[od Man], and a bunch of new artists, like D-Don and Saukrates, that I'm about to put out on my own label.
Redman: I feel as though I always serve the fans, so I'm not trying to jump the gun too much. Malpractice will definitely be something different than what you've come to expect from Redman, but I ain't trying to go way out there either.
Redman: I don't like to wait two or three years to drop an album. I try to drop one every year, at the end of the year, to close it out with a bang.
Redman: (About his album, "Malpractice".) When a doctor operates and does something he's not supposed to do, they call it malpractice. That's what this album is. I'm going to be breaking all the rules, stepping it up, and doing things that I wouldn't normally do.
Redman: Gilla House was my vision of a label, an artist development company, a management company and even a studio. It's everything I have always wanted to do.
Redman: My relationship with Def Jam is alive and good. I think people took that line a lil' too serious. It was just how i felt at that moment. I'm thinking about taking Gilla House to Def Jam for Distribution.
Redman: (About his friend, Rockafella) He had mad songs and he gave 'em to me because I was trying to let people hear him and stuff.